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DIGESTIVE DISORDERS >> Test >> Stool Test
(a) Hemocult - positive = inflammation, infection, neoplasm

(b) Stool leukocytes (Wright’s stain): if present, inflammatory bowel disease and bacterial infections that invade the mucosa are likely causes; if absent, viral disease, parasites, or irritable bowel syndrome are the most likely causes.
(c) Ova, cysts, parasites - must examine at least 3 fresh stool samples.

(d) Gram stain - staphylococcal and candidal overgrowth can be recognized.

(e) Culture - bacterial and viral.

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